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Smart Working: An Ergonomics Game Changer
Connect, Autumn 2014: The New Rules
In this issue of Cardinus’ Connect magazine, we tackle the way the changing landscape of work is leading to direct change in ergonomics best practice. As more workers utilise technology to gain increased flexibility in the way they work, there is increased pressure on organisations to adapt. In our lead article, flexible working expert, author of The Way We Work – A Guide to Smart Working for Government, and editor of flexibility.co.uk shows us the four main ways smart working is impacting the workplace.
Nottingham Trent University Professor Nicholas Nunnington discusses how we can accommodate Generation Y, or millennials, in the office environment; we look into stress and its toll on productivity, the aging workforce and how school chairs are forcing bad backs on the UK’s children.
Plus, articles from industry experts Jon Abbott, Martyn Moore, Cynthia Roth, Jonathon Daniel, Guy Osmond and more.
Features in our Autumn 2014 magazine The New Rules
- Smart Working and the Office
- Taking a Stand on the Sit/Stand Office
- Working and Pregnancy
- Generation Y in the Workforce
- Stress and its Impact on Productivity
- Aging Employees and Business Performance
- Advice for Works on the Move
- And; How School Chairs can be Bad for Kids
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